Settling In – Slowly

9 Responses

  1. chuck! says:

    I can cheer you up! Just read my site to discover how crappy life can be! As to people, let them be better than you, it makes them happy. See?

  2. Ben Valley says:

    Hey Neil, This is Chucks son, from a cat named dog. I just want you to know that you aren’t alone. People like those irritating you have me running from life. I threw away my “career” I sold almost everything, and I can’t stand the idea of reintegrating. I’m 32 and have no interest in going back to society. Don’t let them get to you. I Managed restaurants but made more money serving in them and bar tending for years. I couldn’t afford all the stuff I served. I never ate in any of the places I worked unless the food was free. Just let it roll off your back. You don’t want to turn into me. Hang in there man.

  3. NeilH says:

    Hey Ben, thanks so much for your comments. Don’t worry, I’m not letting the normals get to me, well not for long anyways. When it happens I usually jump onto the keyboard and vent my frustrations in words, hence my moaning blog posts. I actually just wrote another one over on my other site HERE As for turning into you I think I did that way back before you were born!

  4. NeilH says:

    Hey Chuck, yeah you’re right as usual, thanks. I got to check out your site for the first time in ages the other day. Wow! fantastic progress and now I’m wishing I’d been braver with my hull colour choice! When’s the launch?

  5. jon sutton says:

    Illegitimi non carborundum, boyo!

  6. Philip Ritson says:

    Just read this!

    I have a saying.

    “What other people think of me is none off my business!”

    You built your boat, they didn’t.

    Check out Roger Taylor and his website. Read about the Ming Ming test.

  7. Philip Ritson says:

    Could have put that better

    I have just read this post and am horified that you are being judged.

    Just remember, you built your boat etc.

  8. NeilH says:

    Never Jon!

  9. NeilH says:

    No worries Philip, it’s not horrifying, it’s ‘normal’, it’s to be expected. You don’t build and sail a Wharram without accepting that it’s too far out there for many folks to cope with and they attack as a means of defending themselves from what they don’t understand. It just so happens that on this occasion I was feeling a bit weak and I let it get to me. I’m way past living my life based on what other people think!

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